Isabel Jarrett leads the international policy reform work to reduce plastic pollution with Pew’s preventing ocean plastics project.
Jarrett previously led Pew’s campaign to reduce harmful fisheries subsidies, working in collaboration with the World Trade Organization to reduce the billions of dollars in government payments that contribute to unsustainable fishing. She also launched Pew’s global shark conservation efforts in Asia; contributed to implementing landmark measures governing international trade in sharks and rays at international forums; and was an associate manager on the executive team that executes Pew’s projects and advances the institution’s mission.
Before joining Pew, Jarrett worked on shark conservation for BLOOM Hong Kong.
Jarrett holds a bachelor’s degree in English literature and French from the University of Warwick in the United Kingdom and a master’s in international public policy from University College London.